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Noticing a weakening trend with the storms to the NW of San Antonio. Storms continue to move S to SE. Western parts of San Antonio may see some rain before they completely fall apart but the chances are low.
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Severe T-Storm Warning for Gillespie, Kendall, and Kerr counties until 9:30pm. Storm continues to move south at 10 mph
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Severe T-Storm Warning for Gillespie, Blanco, and Kendall counties until 8pm. Storm moving SE at 20 mph
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Severe T-Storm Warning for Gillespie County; this includes the City of Fredericksburg. Storm moving SW at 25 mph. Also, The National Weather Service has expanded the Severe T-Storm Watch to include Comal, Kendall, Kerr counties until 10pm.
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Severe T-Storm Warning for DeWitt, Gonzales, Guadalupe, Karnes, Wilson Co. until 11:45am. Storm moving East at 35 mph
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The whether has been crazy in San Antonio... Changes constantly... I guess it is just Texas.
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Severe T-Storm Warning for Kendall county until 10pm. Storm 7 miles east of Comfort, moving SE at 15 mph.
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2" sized hail reported south of Willow City; NE of Fredericksburg. The hail busted out skylights.
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Tomorrow we will be on weather alert as we have a chance to see some strong possibly severe storms in our area. Of course, tomorrow night is the river parade, so we'll be watching the radar extra carefully. Our in house models are showing some strong storms entering Bexar county tomorrow night. The main threats will be large hail and some gusty winds. As with any storm lightning is also a threat. The Storm Prediction Center has parts of the Hill Country in a Slight Risk but I have a feeling this may be expanded east and could include San Antonio in the later updates. So in a nutshell if you're heading out and about or going to the parade be weather aware. I'll keep you updated tomorrow.
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Starting to see some brightening up on the west side as storms move out of San Antonio.
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